What were the peace terms after the French and Indian war?


Answer 1

Great Britain got huge gains in territory, and France gave up most of their land.

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What was the first permanent English colony.


I believe this was Jamestown, as it was established first before all the other English colonies and it stayed there unlike some others.

Jamestown, Virginia. The Jamestown settlement in the Colony of Virginia was the first permanent English settlement in the Americas.

Why did victor hugo write Les Miserables


He wrote it after travelling to the village of Montreuil-Sur-Mer, seeing how the city wasnt situated near the sea as its name implied he was disappointed and left. But he still couldnt forget what the city looked like and the people who lived there.

Describe two aspects of Abraham Lincoln’s life and character before he was president.


Abraham Lincoln was an American politician and lawyer who served as the sixteenth president of the United States of America from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865.  

1) Born in Hodgenville, Kentucky, Lincoln grew up between the states of Kentucky and Indiana, in what was then the Far West. He was a largely self-taught man who became a lawyer in Illinois, leader of the Whig Party and was elected to the Illinois House of Representatives, in which he remained for eight years.

2) Although Abraham Lincoln grew up in a family of Baptist Christians, he never joined any church or explicitly professed his religious beliefs. However, he made numerous references to God in his discourses, referring to him as "Father" or "Almighty."

Lincoln was considered a guardian to some people. He beat up the town bully when he was picking on the other children in his town. He was also a hard worker.

Which describes why the 13th Amendment was passed? A. to force Union soldiers to leave the South
B. to abolish slavery in the United States
C. to give women the same political rights as men
D. to give people who did not own property the right to vote


B. To abolish slavery in the United States
After the the 13th amendment was passed, it was illegal to own slaves.
B.  To abolish slavery in the United States

“ probable cause” protects a person’s rights by making sure...The police can do their job

Public property can be easily searched

The person receives legal representation

Private property is searched only when reasonable


Probable cause serve as an act that give protection to right of people in such a way that D: Private property is searched only when reasonable.

  • Probable cause can be regarded as an act and its under the criminal law. It a standard that must be followed by having a reason for warrant obtainment when there is a need to arrest ,suspected criminal.

  • With this standard no police can just obtain a warant without any reasons for arresting or searching someone private property.

Therefore, option D is correct.

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I believe the answer would be D) private property is searched only when reasonable

Which event in the play is a supernatural sign that both Romans and Elizabethans would have recognized as a bad omen? A. the play's music B. Caesar's fame C. the Soothsayer's warning D. the meeting of the conspirators


Probably C. A warning might be seen as, a warning... lol Just guessing. A bad ruler in house too, could also be a thing.

Yet a lot of people said D. 
its not (A) for sure not (C) mabey b but the answer is (D)